Gestural forms of people and animals are the foundation of Kathleen Buck’s multi-layered work. Her art conveys mood, feeling, universal longing rather than literal, physical realism. Using luminous, bright colors, strong light-dark patterns and palette knife-created texture, she strives to capture a moment in time.
Her watercolor, acrylic and mixed media paintings bring the viewer into her explorations. Kathleen’s images vividly demonstrate that what you sense counts, rather than what you see. This probing, intuitive exploration gives Kathleen’s art a deeper sense of meaning and has gained her nation-wide sales.
Kathleen Buck is a Yamhill County, Oregon artist who is represented by the Currents Gallery in McMinnville, Oregon, the River Gallery in Independence, Oregon, and the Aurora Gallery in Vancouver, Washington.
All of Kathleen’s paintings are available as digital reproductions, or giclées. Giclées are a form of reproduction that uses archival inks and acid free watercolor paper to make the highest quality print available. They can be printed upon request from small to very large sizes.